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Learning Cocoa with Objective-C

Learning Cocoa with Objective-C

By James Duncan Davidson, Apple Computer, Inc.
2nd Edition September 2002 
Based on the Jaguar release of Mac OS X 10.2, this new edition of Learning Cocoa covers the latest updates to the Cocoa frameworks, including examples that use the Address Book and Universal Access APIs. Also included with this edition is a handy quick reference card, charting Cocoa's Foundation and AppKit frameworks, along with an Appendix that includes a listing of resources essential to any Cocoa developer--beginning or advanced. This is the "must-have" book for people who want to develop applications for Mac OS X, and is the only book approved and reviewed by Apple engineers.




Mac OS X Pocket Reference

Mac OS X Pocket Reference
A User's Guide to Mac OS X

By Chuck Toporek
May 2002 
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The Mac OS X Pocket Reference introduces Mac, Windows, and Unix users to the fundamental concepts of Mac OS X. The book starts out with a "Mac OS X Survival Guide," which shows Mac users what’s changed from Mac OS 9, and also helps Windows and Unix converts get acclimated with their new OS. The Mac OS X Pocket Reference concludes with a 30+-page "Task and Setting" index, which answers questions that users might have when trying to configure their system.




Mac OS X: The Missing Manual

Mac OS X: The Missing Manual

By David Pogue
December 2001 
Mac OS X: The Missing Manual illuminates both the big-ticket features and the fine points of Mac OS X version 10.1: its UNIX-like folder structure, powerful networking and Internet features, and even the command-line interface of its UNIX underbelly. Also covers each of the control panels and bonus programs that comes with Mac OS X, including iTunes, Mail, Sherlock, and Apache, the built-in Web-server.




Mac OS X for Unix Geeks

Mac OS X for Unix Geeks

By Brian Jepson, Ernest E. Rothman
October 2002  (est.)
If you're one of the many Unix developers drawn to Mac OS X for its BSD core, you'll find yourself in surprisingly unfamiliar territory. Even if you're an experienced Mac user, Mac OS X is unlike earlier Macs, and it's radically different from the Unix you've used before, too.

Enter "Mac OS X for Unix Geeks" by Brian Jepson and Ernest E. Rothman, two Unix geeks who found themselves in the same place you are. Their new book is your guide to figuring out the BSD Unix system and Mac-specific components that are making your life difficult and to help ease you into the Unix inside Mac OS X.




iPhoto: The Missing Manual

iPhoto: The Missing Manual

By David Pogue, Joseph Schorr, Derrick Story
July 2002 
Apple's wildly popular iPhoto software is a gorgeous digital shoebox for downloading, organizing, printing, publishing, and touching up unlimited numbers of digital photos. In this comprehensive, witty guide, authors Pogue, Schorr, and Story give iPhoto 1.1 the one feature it lacks: a manual. With this guide, Macintosh fans can take their digital photos to the screen, to the Web, to printouts, to hardbound photo books, even to DVDs. And they'll learn how to take iPhoto far beyond its seemingly simple feature list. But the software is just the beginning. The book also covers choosing and mastering a digital camera, basic photographic techniques, and tips for shooting special subjects like kids, sports, nighttime shots, portraits, and more.




REALbasic: The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition

REALbasic: The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition

By Matt Neuburg
2nd Edition September 2001 
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Design astonishingly fast, full-fledged Mac applications with REALbasic! Even if you're a beginning programmer, this book will teach you the essential concepts for programming every aspect of REALbasic. It's a vital reference for the expanding legion of developers who are discovering the power and flexibility of REALbasic. Now covers REALbasic 3, so you can generate your project for Mac OS 8/9, Mac OS X, and Windows.




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